ICYMI farm news highlights | Wednesday, January 12, 2022
In case you've missed it during the hustle and bustle of mid-week, here is a summary of news making headlines.
Corn, Soybeans, and the Economy
Editor Chelsea Dinterman covers the new economic analysis released from Texas A&M University, which has raised red flags for corn growers concerned about rising input costs.
While some of the largest organizations in the world have made major commitments to sustainability, the challenge is in how to successfully implement solutions at the farm gate that start in the corporate board room. Editor Megan Schilling writes about a new type of program that helps bridge the gap.
Agribusiness giant ADM said on Tuesday it would reduce its carbon footprint by building a 350-mile pipeline to transport carbon dioxide for injection in central Illinois from its ethanol plants in eastern Iowa.
At the Land Investment Expo this week, Economist Alan Beaulieu, the president of ITR Economics, shared his insights about what’s ahead for the U.S. economy, the globe – and beyond.
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